Recent News

Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary students, alumni, supporters, faculty, and staff are involved in many different activities and events as part of its mission to serve the Church and the world. This section will provide links to these different stories, blog postings, or other published items about the School of Theology and Seminary.


Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary awarded $75,000 grant for the “Science for Seminaries Phase II” project

A Message of Accompaniment

Theologians at CSBSJU want you to know that we think of you often and wish to be present with you. We hope our messages assure you of our care and presence.  

We are committed to our community even if, for a time, it is a virtual community.  Together we keep journeying -- through Lent, through the semester, and through the challenges of COVID-19.  

Easter Reflection

Kristanti Easter Sunday Reflection

Janice Kristanti reflects on Easter Sunday

Palma Reflection

Anisabel Palma reflects on the 5th Sunday of Lent reading

How do we authentically care for one another?

Recent Master of Arts in Ministry graduate Cindy Gonzalez is empowering communities to lift one another up.

Duenne Reflection

Sr. Catherine Duenne reflects on the 3rd Sunday of Lent reading

Nelson Reflection

Matt Nelson reflects on the 2nd Sunday of Lent reading

Broback Reflection

Samuel Ludlow-Broback reflects on the 1st Sunday of Lent reading

Wakefield Reflection

Leah Wakefield reflects on the Ash Wednesday reading

Kristanti Reflection

Janice Kristanti reflects on Amos at Convivium on November 14th, 2019

Faculty sabbatical research empowers good scholarship, good teaching

Dr. Kristin Colberg reflects on sabbatical research and it's importance to good scholarship.

Alumnae Publication - Jessie Bazan

The Graduate School of Theology and Seminary community congratulates Jessie Bazan M.Div. ’17, Program Associate for the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research, on the publication of the book  Dear Joan Chittister – Conversations with Women in the Church.

Student Spotlight: Tim Martin

Student Tim Martin talks about his experience at the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds in England